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    • Changelings

    • Clouds -- Poetry; Miniature books -- Specimens; Toy and movable books -- Specimens; Artists' books -- United States
    • Poem describing clouds as changeling monsters and secretly carnivorous; Printed on both sides of a three-layer accordion folded sheet (600 x 60 mm.), that opens in carousel format. First and last leaves mounted on boards covered with beige...
    • The veil

    • Artists' books -- California
    • Bound in rust-colored cloth with gold insets and decorative paper cutouts. In center-folding box (33 x 22 cm.) of dark blue cloth with rust-colored cloth insets, decorative paper cutouts, title printed paper inserts and printed paper lining; Title...
    • World without end

    • Artists' books -- California -- Berkeley
    • [16] p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm; "This book was designed, printed & bound by Julie Chen in an edition of 25 copies. It was letterpress printed on a variety of papers, including an assortment of found maps, resulting in each copy being slightly...
    • Whatever Will Help! A Woman's Rise to the Top in the Gaming Industry; as Remembered by Jeanne Hood

    • Hood, Jeanne; Four Queens Hotel and Casino (Las Vegas, Nev.); Hyatt Hotels Corporation; Gambling industry -- Nevada -- Las Vegas; Hospitality industry -- Nevada -- Las Vegas - Biography; Women executives -- Nevada -- Las Vegas - Biography; Las...
    • Gaming as a corporate enterprise is relatively new in comparison to most other industries. Nevada legalized gambling in 1931, and in the first decades, casinos were small by today's standards. They were normally owned by one or two people or a...
    • Always Bet on the Butcher: Warren Nelson and Casino Gaming, 1930s-1980s

    • Nelson, Warren, 1913- ; Gamblers -- Nevada -- Biography; Gambling -- Nevada -- History -- 20th century; Casinos -- Nevada -- History -- 20th century
    • At the beginning of the Great Depression of the 1930s, eighteen-year-old Warren Nelson lost his job with the Park Hotel in Great Falls, Montana. Work of any sort was scarce, but Nelson did not long remain unemployed—he used a family connection to...
    • Oh, give me a home

    • Artists' books -- United States; Toy and movable books -- Specimens
    • Title from first line of text; Printed on double leaves; A carousel book that opens to swing the back cover around to be flush with the front cover. The string ties which tie it closed also tie it in the open position. When open, six sections are...
    • Edward S. Parsons: Charrette! The Life of an Architect

    • Architects -- Nevada -- Biography; Historic buildings -- Nevada -- Conservation and restoration
    • Edward Shier Parsons was born in Tonopah, Nevada, in 1907. He attended schools in Salt Lake City and Reno. Interested in an architectural career from a very early age, Parsons studied his profession at the University of Southern California and...
    • An Interview with William J. Moore

    • Last Frontier Hotel (Las Vegas, Nev.); Las Vegas (Nev.) -- Biography
    • William J. Moore, Jr., was born in Lane City, Texas, on July 17, 1913. Within the year his family moved to Oklahoma where Moore was educated. Voted most likely to succeed by his classmates, he was graduated from Oklahoma A & M with a degree in...
    • The Cultural Side of Reno

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    • Through interviews with 30 community members, conducted between 2009 and 2011, “The Cultural Side of Reno” explores the growth and development of Northern Nevada’s cultural and artistic landscape. This project is the product of an innovative...

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